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Can't Be Beat Fence & Construction, LLC
Since our inception in 1982, CBBFC has become not only Mississippi’s largest fencing contractor, but a strong Federal prime contractor specializing in Government and Department of Defense (DoD) design/build and design/bid/build new construction, renovation, and civil projects.
Headquartered in Mississippi, CBBFC’s primary office is located in Bay Saint Louis, with a shop and fabrication yard in Perkinston. We also have a fully staffed, SBA Region 5 bona fide office in Odon, Indiana, as well as a construction operations office in Jacksonville, Florida.
Our success with more than 1,400 Federal and DoD contracts is testament to CBBFC’s priority on client satisfaction: projects performed on-time, within budget, with extraordinary attention to quality and safety. Additional testament was served with the award of the SBA Prime Contractor of the Year for Region 4 in 2011 and "most outstanding small business company in our Area".
CBBFC began as a part-time endeavor that became Mississippi’s largest fencing contractor, branching into Government and DoD projects and developing a respected construction division in order to serve our Federal clients. CBBFC has installed more than nearly 200 miles of fence on 20,000 private sector and 1,800 Government projects; our Federal construction projects range in size from $100K to $12.2M.
CBBFC has been certified by the SBA as an 8(a), Small Disadvantaged Woman Owned Business, with Bona Fide offices in SBA Regions 4 (US Southeast) and 5 (US Midwest) and the capability to mobilize anywhere in the world.
CBBFC ensures outstanding performance and customer satisfaction through:
- Responsiveness to client project and performance requirements; close coordination to resolve issues without budget or schedule impacts
- Management personnel with 5-30 years excellent past performance in Federal construction
- Quality Control Program developed in compliance with US Army Corps of Engineers Construction Quality Management for Contractors
- Safety Program incorporating OSHA and US Army Corps of Engineers EM 385-1-1